What are common reasons for PPAP rejection?

Common reasons for PPAP rejection include discrepancies in documentation, failure to meet design specifications, inconsistent quality in sample parts, and failure to comply with all required elements of the selected PPAP level. Understanding the specific requirements and paying close attention to details can minimize the risk of rejection.

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